These memories of J. Krishnamurti - or K, as he would sometimes refer to himself - pertain to the last three years of his life, when the author was in regular contact with him. Many people are familiar with K through his books and recordings or by having attended his public talks, and indeed he often said about himself that it's not the person that is important but rather what he says. But he also asked the people who were near him if they could convey the perfume of what it was like to be around him. The Beauty of the Mountain is Friedrich Grohe’s attempt to do this, as well as being a place to gather some remarkable statements of K's that are not generally found elsewhere.
Eighth Edition; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall; illustrated by colour photo's.; Includes appendices & index of names
Author Grohe, Friedrich
Publisher privately published, Germany
Condition Near Fine/no Dust Jacket as published.